I Support Euthanasia

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 63 People

    Why Aren't We Regulating The Most Crucial Aspect Of Life?

    Why aren't we regulating the most crucial aspect of life? In today's society, we're constantly updating our systems, instituting new procedures, and finding ways to increase control of our lives. So, then, if someone dying of bone cancer can be given a quick injection, why are we...
    LeavingSociety LeavingSociety
    22-25, M
    Sep 21, 2010

    I totally support it

    and hope it becomes legal and mainstream someday to help end people's suffering :)
    NotgoingsoloAus NotgoingsoloAus
    22-25, M
    Dec 30, 2014

    I Support Euthanasia

    Hello all, firstly I want to apologise to any who may be offended by this issue perhaps as a result of religious and/or moral convictions. It is not my intention or desire to offend anybody. Please bare with me as I explain, it's a view I've held strongly for years. My dear...
    Mal5252 Mal5252
    56-60, M
    3 Responses Nov 19, 2009

    Seems Canada stepped up.

    They found that the forceful living of another being is not their decision to make and in fact is not constitutional. Now we will have to wait until they drum up some kind of rules......WHICH makes no sense. So if it's not 'legal' to force life on someone, how can it be legal...
    jeresey jeresey
    56-60, F
    1 Response Mar 27, 2015

    Euthanasia And A Personal Story

    I believe that euthanasia and assisted suicide are important rights when they have boundaries. I don't think it should be used as a solution for depression, etc. It shouldn't be used like suicide is: a permanent solution to a temporary problem, but when a person is faced with a...
    infinitexoxo infinitexoxo
    13-15, F
    Oct 29, 2012

    We Have The Right To Choose

    I think people have the right to choose if they want to live or not. It's our life..not someone's else so why they are the ones to decide that we have to live? Of course i don't mean people who want to die because they're depressed and suicidal should go and do it. I mean people...
    lovelessbutterfly lovelessbutterfly
    31-35, F
    1 Response Mar 19, 2011

    Over the last year my elderly Dad's health has

    rapidly declined and he has lost the will to live. He also has developed dementia and severe depression. He just sits in his chair and stairs out the window every day. I try to engage him in conversation but his hearing is bad and he has no interest. He keeps repeating how...
    lagatta lagatta
    46-50, F
    1 Response Jun 2, 2014

    We Need Only Look At Sweden...

    Dr. Kevorkian had a drive to aid those suffering. He based it off of Swedish policies. There, euthanasia [assisted suicide] is entirely legal. It is an EXTENSIVE process that occurs over a time frame of 6 months in which they are evaluated by several doctors as well as...
    91superstar 91superstar
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Nov 23, 2012


    They say it's selfish. I think it's more selfish to want to keep somebody alive in torment because otherwise you'll "miss" them.We should have a right to choose if we want to be alive or not. It's our life, so it's our death.I personally don't wish to undergo euthanasia, not at...
    bathanie bathanie
    18-21, F
    1 Response Oct 14, 2011
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